Was Connecticut industrial in 1636?
Yea. i think
He was a minister of Massachusetts who was unsatisfied of how John Winthrop ran Massachusetts. In 1636, he led his congregation throughout the wilderness of Connecticut and founded the town of Connecticut. Three years later Hartford, Windsor, and Wheathersfield formed a colony. Thus Connecticut was born! ~Missy
The first explorer to arrive in Connecticut was Dutch explorer Adriaen Block. Soon after his exploration of Connecticut, John Winthrop, a member of the Massachusetts colony, received permission in 1636 to make a colony at Old Saybrook, which is at the mouth of the Connecticut River. During this time, a large group of settlers, Puritans, led by Thomas Hooker and coming out of Massachusetts, settled in the region, soon incorporation Old Saybrook into it. He…
The colony of Connecticut was formed in 1636 by Minister Thomas Hooker and Governor John Haynes. The colony of Rhode Island was also formed in 1636 when Roger Williams was kicked out of Massachusetts Colony over what were viewed as controversial viewpoints at the time. He and his followers founded Providence and Rhode Island colony.
In 1639, the Fundamental Orders of Connecticut was created. The Pequot war happened from the year 1636 to 1637-the war was fought between Connecticut settlers and the Pequot Indians. The end of the war decimated the Pequot Indians. Connecticut made America's first hamburger at Louis' Lunch. -- I have you answers.